Camilla H. Cavendish

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"Camilla is an award-winning writer and broadcaster, and former head of the Downing Street Policy Unit under Prime Minister David Cameron. She joined the House of Lords in 2016. She has long taken an interest in child protection and social work and was a Non-Executive Director of the Care Quality Commission." [1]

Camilla Hilary Cavendish (born 1968) is Associate Editor, columnist and leader writer for The Times. She graduated from Brasenose College, Oxford in 1989 with a first-class degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, where she was a contemporary of David Cameron and Guy Spier, amongst others. She has worked as a McKinsey management consultant, an aid worker, and as an aide to the CEO of Pearson Plc. She helped to found the lobby group London First. Cavendish became a Trustee of the think-tank Policy Exchange in 2002 and was a Trustee of the Thames Festival Trust between 2000 and 2007. On 3 June 2013 she was appointed as a board member for the Care Quality Commission. wiki

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  2. Frontline Team, organizational web page, accessed December 23, 2017.